The collections owned by Blumos Racing have been kept for a long time without being open to the public at dealers in Jacksonville. The collection is museum-grade, such as the Porsche 917K, which appeared at Le Mans 24 Hours and was operated by Steve McQueen, the 1914 Peugeot L45, and the Porsche 917-10. The buildings where they are arranged are designed to imitate the former Ford Factory, and you can enjoy a good old atmosphere.
Porsche has a strong image of Blumos racing because the Porsche of Brumos Color has won numerous victory at 24 Hours of Le Mans and 24 Hours of Daytona. However, inside this brick building are not only Porsche legend machines like the 1968 Porsche 908, but also the 1920 Mirror TNT, the 1925 Bugatti Type 35, the Porsche 550 Spider, the 1910 Lion Peugeot Voiturelet V2Y2 , 1939 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900 Lungo Spider, 1963 Form Car Formula V, 1958 Watson Sprint Car, and more.
"Museum" isn't strange at all, but he doesn't want Blumos to call it a museum for this collection. "Our goal is to help you learn about the history of cars and how they relate to each other. It tells you how cars have evolved through the world of racing."
The first release of the collection is scheduled for January 23. Open daily from Tuesday to Friday, tickets are only sold online. The price is $ 20 [senior, children discount available].
The completion of a new theme park that will delight enthusiasts around the world.